Advice for Selling T-Shirts Online [Ecommerce]

Advice for Selling T-Shirts Online [Ecommerce]


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  1. Great video man! I also use Spreadshirt! Their site has a very clean design and it's so user-friendly! I love it!

  2. Hi Roberto, Great videos! I volunteer for a people power organisation in Ireland and like you we want to sell our t-shirts to spread a message and promote our existence. We want to use it to help raise funds but we don't have enough people to be spending lots of time on a website or the experience in web design. Can you recommend a low cost way to set up an online shop attached to our own suitable for beginners? Also do you think a drag & drop feature would make things much easier instead of messing around with code? Thanks

  3. Roberto excellent video as always. I noticed you use the standard spreadshirt website layout with the customization options they allow through their backend. I'm wondering if you can help with a video or by pointing me in the right direction how to build a website that is more customized and unique. I have been researching successful spreadshirt business and I really appreciate this website: http://www.styleislam.eu

    Any advice you can give on creating that type of aesthetic?

  4. What about using WordPress and using Spreadshirt's thing to have that shop directly on your website so it looks integrated and people never leave your site?

  5. antone know what that rubbery/palstic like substance that people use on the higher quality T-shirt designs?

  6. For selling niche specific tshirts, do you recommend a specific platform? Which would you recommend, shopify, woo commerce, teespring or spreadshirt

  7. You have answered some of my main questions that have been lingering for a long time. Thanks so much. What is the best site to use to get custom shirts printed? Printful or Spreadshirt? I know you use spreadshirt, but have you used printful?

  8. hi
    I buy T's and use the heat press machine.
    right now instead of going online , I do the foot work in my community to let them know my services. Just thought of a business name so I'm now looking into online. thanks for the help.

  9. Just subscribed. You made some very interesting points. I print and design my own shirts and now you're making me think about outsourcing it, so that I can spend ALL of the time designing and pushing out more shirts. Very informative video!!

  10. I actually would like to add to your first point about messages. There is a line between being a brand that has merch and an actual company that sells collections.
    For example, a brand will try to get their personal messages out in the world. <—This is what +Roberto Blake is doing.
    Whereas a company that sells collections or lines will create a theme then niche it down to messages. In a way, it becomes a transmedia storytelling. An example of this is what +Old Navy was doing back in the early days of their advertisement lives.

  11. I feel a lot better about having an online vendor taking most of the profits now. Your exactly right! I don't spend any money, waste any time, and it's no work for me! Thank you for making me realize that!

  12. I wear a tee shirt with my logo just about every day—it’s a low-key way of marketing my business.

  13. Zazzle and Teemill have my clothes and accessories with nature photography on them.Designer: Jamie stewartBrand: Nature Apparel.Hope you enjoy them.

  14. I've been toying with the idea of setting up a print on demand shop lately, not necessarily just for t-shirts though but a variety of products. I'm not looking to make a ton of money with it, but I thought it might make a nice first venture into passive income and also I think it would be a great way to make use of fun little personal or small/less involved projects I do. I don't want to deal with investing in and maintaining stock either. One thing I cant seem to find a solid answer on though, what happens to copyright when selling via these sites though? Does the artist/seller maintain their copyright and if they remove the listing/shut down their shop then the website cannot use or sell that anymore? Will these sites have the right to create derivatives of works uploaded? Do you think copyright is even worth concerning myself about if I'm just hoping to sell some casual or fun projects to make a little side money here and there? Love to hear your thoughts and thanks for always making consistent quality content!

  15. What program is good for graphics? Can't seem to find the a text design program like the print you have on your shirt. Can you help?

  16. I'd go with Teespring. Much higher profit margins. If you want as much as a $4 profit on a t-shirt off Spreadshirt your shirts are gonna cost $30

  17. Since posting this video have you used other sites besides spreadshirt? Ive read a lot of good and bad reviews. Which is you're favorite

  18. Someone needs to address the issue with tshirt design pirates that are online. I am a retired paralegal and if anyone needs a Cease and Desist notification that works to have the stolen design removed from other sites let me know.

  19. Any website or company where they can print the shirt deliver it..but the design is from me?thanks.i have some designs but i dont have time to print them and ship them

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  21. Many thanks, I've been looking for "open a tshirt shop online" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Diyaaroih Shirtify Explosion – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my friend got cool results with it.

  22. Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about "sell customized t shirts online" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Diyaaroih Shirtify Explosion – (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  23. Many thanks, I've been looking for "where to sell t shirt designs" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Diyaaroih Shirtify Explosion – (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.

  24. Hello,

    I am apart of an AIGA student Chapter at my college. We sold t-shirts last semesters through a local shop and using tilt to track who bought what size. tilt was bought out this summer by air BNB. Without me using Exce spread sheets is there any other way to get sell these t- shirts to other students with in my college? I was looking at red bubble but idk how much it would cost. We charged 15 for non- members and 10 for members. Thank you guys so much for any help you could offer.

  25. Thanks Roberto, super helpful! I want to have a batch of physical shirts I can take to event as well as the online store, how would you go about that?

  26. The issue I have with Spreadshirt is that the prices are too high. I only make $2 from my design. Yet, with shipping, my customers are paying almost $30. If you are just starting out, like me, its really hard to justify such a high price point.

    Any suggestions?

  27. Hi Roberto. I love your channel its has good information and you get to the point. Hey, I have about 250 ideas for shirts, bumper stickers, posters, buttons, mugs, mouse pads and other items. Zazzle, just let me down big time. No help or customer service when I needed it, a huge run around. In your opinion what are some other good places on the internet to have stuff made and then sell the different items? Thank you, and Happy Holidays.

  28. Hi Roberto. Good information. I like the good points you mentioned about why it might not be a good idea to buy and wholesale t shirts, and the value of the time, unless you want to run a full-time t-shirt business. I have another business that I spend a lot of time and money on, and I'd love to capitalize on this concept without having to spend all of my time and money doing it.

  29. Roberto, I just wanted to say thank you. I have only been a YouTube Creator for just over a year but I have been trying to learn much more recently. I don't think I will make a huge profit making tshirts, but I will use your principle that you mentioned here. My friends, family and a few of my small base of subscribers mentioned that they would be interested in shirts, so this looks like it might make it possible for me to do it with this method.

  30. Hopefully you can still answer my question. I am looking to do this but I am looking more at redbubble, designbyhumans, and threadless. Would these provide good platforms to sell shirts online? Also when selling your designs like this do you give up your right to owning your design? Like does the company own the rights to your art if you put it on their website or do you still own it?

  31. How many shops can you have on Spreadshirt? I have multiple business concepts that don’t overlap. Appreciate your time.

  32. This is perfect for me. My focus is not selling t shirts but I want to offer them with company logo.

  33. Hey Roberto, I saw this video and wanted to try it out for my channel! I ordered a sweatshirt I made on adobe illustrator and the turnout is a bit faded and nothing like the quality of yours as far as print is concerned. Any advice?

  34. Thanks for the video! I am thinking about selling (or trying to sell) shirts with my channel logo/channel art. I see this video is 3 years old. Do you still recommend the approach you discuss in this video?

  35. How can I connect with you via email for consultation? Or are there any courses in ecommerce or literature you recommend about social media marketing.I have a market I’m just not keen on how to monetize without exhausting my resources or content.Please Help ‼️any advice on how to get started properly would be greatly appreciated.Thank you in advance.Humbly

  36. We are looking for an online printing and order fulfillment service to print on OUR shirts. Any suggestions? We have found many order fulfillment services which will warehouse our pre-printed products and there are many online services to do custom imprints on THEIR products. We are looking for someone to warehouse our choice of trendy clothes, imprint the article as the order is received and ship to the customer. Suggestions?

  37. Thank you for sharing this… Deeper than what I usually see with t shirt videos.. cheers to this beautiful message you are creating.

  38. What’s your thought of having another company print your shirts but you keep the inventory and you ship it out when there is a sale? I don’t want my design on a website that sells shirts and I don’t want to print out my own shirts so is this an option?

  39. Hi Roberto first off I want to say I love your videos I've gotten a lot of informative information and I want to thank you for all the inspiration as well I need to ask you for some help once more you can help me before with buying a webcam which works beautifully thank you and 920c Logitech but today I want to talk about I have 10000 subscribers I can't find the monetization button to link my teesprings account to my YouTube channel and the second question if you can do I need to do anything special to promote my t-shirts for my YouTube channel and if so what is it

  40. Question: so building your brand and selling tshirts…did you get some sort of copyright trademark or registration, so people don't take your designs?

  41. All I know is, I went to custom ink and wanted to make a couple hoodies $55 a piece, would have to charge someone $70 to make a profit …Nike isn't even that much lol

  42. thank you for the video but do you use SpreadShirt anymore? reason i ask is your merchandise at the bottom of youtube is from Teespring.

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